Eastern Washington / Northern Idaho Veterans Community Resource Directory

Disaster Relief – Public Safety

Address Confidentiality 800-822-1065

Amber Alert 800-843-5678

American Red Cross Inland NW
315 W. Nora Spokane, WA 99205
326-3330, 800-793-0278,
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Exec Dir: Pat Moseley, Provides help during natural disasters, man made disasters and fires.

Block Watch
901 N. Monroe St, Ste 254 Spokane, WA 99201
835-4572, Fax 835-4596
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Citizen Corp Council
Spokane Disaster Committee/ Citizen Corps Council
1618 N. Rebecca Spokane, WA 99217
495-4645
http://www.citizencorps.gov
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Volunteers that are prepared for preventing and threats of terrorism and crime, and other emergencies and disasters.

COPS (Community Oriented Policing Services)
901 N. Monroe, Ste 254 Spokane, WA 99201
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Volunteer community-policing substations that assist Spokane police.

Credit Reports
Prevents identity theft and provides a fraud alert statement on credit.
Experian 888-397-3742, Equifax 888-766-0008, Transunion 800-680-7289

Crime Prevention
Spokane County, 112 W. Gardner Spokane, WA 99201
City 625-4079
Valley 477-2592 - County 477-2592
Coordinator Diana Somerville
Senior volunteers do in-home security assessments and vacation home checks. Sponsored by the police department.

Crime Reporting Center
Spokane police
532-9266
Spokanecrimereportingcenter.org

Crime Victim Service Center
Lutheran Community Services NW
210 W. Sprague Spokane, WA 99201
TDD 866-751-7119,
http://www.lcsnw.org
Provides support and tools to respond to crises or address needs for information and referrals for crime victims. Trains providers for 24 hours-a-day crisis intervention, support at hospitals if medical care is needed related to crime, and support and thru legal process.

FEMA-Federal Emergency Management Agency
Federal Regional Center Pacific NW
130 228th St SW. Bothell, WA 98021-8627
425-487-4600

Fire Department Offices – Information (WA)
625-7000

Fire Reports
Dept Natural Resources
800-562-6010

Fire Stoppers
Spokane Fire Dept.
44 W. Riverside Spokane, WA 99201
625-7058
Helps children 12 and younger experimenting with, and interviews them and parents to help with understand the importance of fire safety and the child’s motivation for fireplay.

WIN211
http://www.win211.org/
Call: 211 or 877-211-9274

If you do not have access to the internet, this Community Resources Directory is your link to help. However, if you do have access to the internet, Win211 gives you an astoundingly comprehensive database.

Win211 contains over 5,480 health and human service providers, representing 9,450 sites and more than 16,980 local services available throughout Washington. You can access 2-1-1 Community Resources Database by accessing http://www.win211.org and define the type of help you want and your location.

If you do not find the service you need, call: 2-1-1 from anywhere in Washington to speak to a 2-1-1 Information and Referral Specialist for assistance. - Or you can dial toll free 1-877-211-9274.

211 Information and Referral Specialists are available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, excluding holidays.

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